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I have already seen the older version of this documentary and it is quite good. Join us at The Guild Cinema on June 7th for the final version! Also, Q&A after at Flying Star with (according to my information):
James Carman, film director
Linda Moulton Howe, journalist and investigator
Dolores Cannon, author and renowned hypnotherapist
Clifford Stone, UFO investigator
Lyn Buchanan, Remote Viewer,
and New Realities TV presenter, Alan Steinfield.
Ticket info HERE
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) – The Albuquerque man accused of stabbing four churchgoers during Sunday Mass told police he was after the choir leader because he thought the man was a Mason.
According to a criminal complaint, 24-year-old Lawrence Capener said he was going after the choir leader at St. Jude Thaddeus Catholic Church because his “speech was different” and he was 99 percent sure he was a Mason.
He told the investigator that Masons are a group involved “in a conspiracy that is far more reaching than I could or would believe.”
Capener says he stabbed others who tried to subdue him because he thought they might be masons, too.
The affidavit says Capener apologized for stabbing the others after he was read his rights and agreed to speak to police.
At our November Meeting — we will be presenting the New Mexico premiere of a new documentary– “Hidden Hand “, it is comprised of interviews with a group of Who’s Who in the Worldwide UFO Community — researchers , scientists and the military — truly a Must See.
Sat. Nov. 17th — Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center —501 Elizabeth ( just east of Eubank and Southern) 1:15 to 3:00pm with Applebees afterwards.
See you there!
Mayor Richard J. Berry invites you to celebrate New Mexico’s Centennial with the Film Series at the KiMo. Thomas Jerome Newton is a humanoid alien who comes to Earth to get water for his dying planet. Director Nicolas Roeg chose several locations in New Mexico for this “cult classic” film, including the White Sands National Monument. This screening will feature a digitally re-mastered version of this popular film. Stars: David Bowie, Rip Torn and Candy Clark. This film is rated R.
Dates: August 15, 2012
423 Central NW
Actually, she is not the first to sell her soul on ebay. There was at least one man a few years ago that tried the same thing, not sure if it ever sold.
An Albuquerque woman has something for sale on eBay that most of wouldn’t even consider selling at any price. It’s her soul.
You can find just about anything for sale on eBay, from an ashtray for a 1959 DeSoto to a plaster bust of President Chester A. Arthur – but a human soul? We believe it to be a first.
Bids start at $2,000 for the soul of Lori N., and so far nobody has made one. But there have been a lot of hits and that’s encouraging to Lori.
She was a passenger in a car struck by a drunk driver in 2007. Lori was in a coma for three weeks, and woke up suffering from a stroke, a broken hip, broken pelvis, leg, collarbone, sternum, ribs, a collapsed lung. On top of all that she lost a breast.
Lori was a freelance writer who cannot write much any more. She gets by on part-time inventory work and makes jewelry. Lori figured since her body is pretty much shot, why not market her soul?
“What I’m gonna deliver is the opportunity for someone to save my soul,” Lori told KOB Eyewitness News 4. “They can save it through prayer, they can save it through conversion. They’re also gonna get a certificate detailing the white and black marks on my soul.”
Sort of a spiritual Carfax – the good along with the bad. Lori admitted that her eBay ad is a cry for help.
“I guess you could say that. I’m at the point now, I’m tired. I don’t feel good. I’m near the end of my rope. I really am.”
You can find out more about these events at the forum’s blog.
Many people unacquainted with the complexities of the UFO puzzle assume that all talk of attempts by “the government” to silence certain players in the field is nothing but outright paranoia and lies. Even within Ufology there are those who dismiss such stories as X-Files-like nonsense. How wrong they all are. Published in 2005, Greg Bishop’s book, Project Beta: The Story of Paul Bennewitz, National Security, and the Creation of a Modern UFO Myth, provided the field of UFO research with what was without doubt one if its most important contributions in years.
The subject matter of Project Beta was an unusual one; and while seasoned researchers were already aware of certain aspects of this dark and ultimately tragic affair, those unaccustomed to the events in question might have been forgiven for thinking that they had stumbled upon a high-tech, X-Files-meets-Robert Ludlum-style thriller. But Project Beta told a very real story – one that was as harrowing as it was informative.
In essence, the truth-is-stranger-than-fiction book related the saga of physicist Paul Bennewitz, who, after digging into Air Force and National Security Agency secret projects at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico in the late 1970s that he believed were connected to the activities of sinister extraterrestrials and UFOs, was put under deep surveillance by the US military and intelligence services, and was bombarded by the murky world of officialdom with a mass of disinformation, faked stories and outright lies in order to divert him from his research – which worked. In fact, it worked rather too well, and led to the mental and psychological disintegration of Bennewitz.
June 16, 1963 – near Albuquerque, N.M. – Apolinar (Paul) A. Villa, Jr., 49 – (born Sept. 24, 1916), a mechanic of 601 Niagara N.E.; Albuquerque, New Mexico, had a unique privilege having prearranged meetings with ‘Space People’ for the specific purpose of taking pictures of their craft.
Apparently, contacts of one kind or another with space people are not new to Mr. Villa. He says that he has been taught telepathy by extraterrestrial intelligence since he was five years old. Although he did not complete the tenth grade of school, he seems to have a good knowledge on such subjects as mathematics, electricity, physics, and mechanics, and has an unusual “gift” for detecting defects in engines, generators, etc.
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – “We are not the only life in the universe. ”
Travis Walton says he knows first hand because he’s seen aliens. In 1975, Walton was logging in the Arizona Gila, when he and six other loggers spotted something in the sky.
“I got out of the truck and went to get a closer look and I was knocked unconscious by a bolt of energy,” said Walton. “I regained consciousness outside the town nearest where this happened about five days later. ”
It’s a story Walton has told all over the world; and next week he will tell it here in Albuquerque .
Continue reading or watch the video here